An Interlachen man was arrested Thursday night (08/27/15) after he reportedly battered his ex-wife and then fought with deputies attempting to mediate the dispute. Forty six years old Patrick Darrell Cook has been charged with two counts of battery, one for domestic violence battery of his ex-wife and one for battery of Sergeant Timothy Frill. He is also charged with attempting to forcefully take Sergeant Frill’s Taser and service weapon while fighting him, and resisting the Sergeant with violence. Cook is presently being held in the Putnam County Jail without benefit of bond.
Shortly after 9:00 p.m. last evening Deputy Mark Juen and Sergeant Timothy Frill responded to a reported family disturbance at Cook’s residence on County Road 315 in Interlachen. When they arrived they found Cook arguing with his ex-wife in the middle of the road. The officers separated the two, and while attempting to calm the situation, Cook became violent with Sergeant Frill. Cook was placed on the ground, but was able to pull Sergeant Frill down with him and attempted to take his Taser and service weapon.
Hearing the struggle, Deputy Juen ran to the aid of Sergeant Frill. The two deputies were able to successfully subdue Cook with no injuries. He was placed in handcuffs and transported to the Putnam County Jail.
Fifty two years old Cynthia Marie Ferguson, of Pomona Park, was arrested Thursday afternoon (08/27/15) charged with one count of larceny, six counts of dealing in stolen property and six counts of giving false information to three different pawn shops. She is presently being held in the Putnam County Jail in lieu of $22,052 bond.
An arrest warrant was issued following the theft investigation that began on August 21, 2015. Deputy Donald Goodman answered a theft call at the Charles Beard residence in Satsuma. The victims found that someone had removed a guitar from the residence, but there was no sign of an illegal entry into the residence. Ferguson became a suspect as she had been a housekeeper for the victims.
The investigation was assigned to Detective Brian Hardeman who found that Ferguson had recently pawned jewelry, a guitar and a guitar case at three different pawn shops. The victims were able to identify the pawned items as those stolen from their residence. Detective Hardeman was able to obtain an arrest warrant charging Ferguson with the theft of the victim’s property, dealing in stolen property when she pawned it, as well as giving false information to the three pawn shops. Ferguson was taken into custody yesterday afternoon (08/27/15).
Thirty years old Corey Equon Jones, of San Mateo, was arrested last evening (08/26/15) charged with an armed robbery that reportedly occurred last May 16th in San Mateo. Jones is currently being held in the Putnam County Jail in lieu of $35,000.00 bond.
An initial report on May 16th , by Deputy William Gill, determined that 49 years old Fabian Pineda Bonilla, of East Palatka, had been robbed by a knife wielding suspect at about 12:30 a.m. on May 16th. A female in the car with Fabian Pineda Bonilla was not harmed, but Pineda Bonilla was reportedly beaten and threatened with the knife.
On the night of the robbery, the victim reported that he was a passenger in his car that was being driven by his female friend. The victim reported that they were driving on Sunland Drive, in San Mateo, when a man ran out of the woods with a knife stopping their car. The suspect then demanded all of Pineda Bonilla’s money while beating the victim with his fist and threatening him with the knife. After taking the victim’s money, the suspect then reportedly ran back into the woods. The victim was driven to a business in San Mateo where he called the Sheriff’s Office. Fabian Pineda Bonilla was transported to the Putnam Community Medical Center by EMS where he was treated for his injuries.
The investigation was assigned to Major Crimes Detective David Sanders who was able to identify Corey Equon Jones as the suspect. Detective Sanders obtained an arrest warrant for Jones who remained in hiding. He was located last evening in Palatka. Jones was placed under arrest without incident.
Thirty three years old Daniel Jason Smith, of Hawthorne, was arrested Tuesday afternoon (08/25/15) charged with two counts of uttering a false bank note. Smith is accused of passing counterfeit money at two different stores. He is being held in lieu of 50,008.00 bond.
According to a report by Deputy Tyler Miller, A man attempted to pass a counterfeit $50.00 bill at the Dollar General Store in San Mateo on August 13, 2015. Ten days later Deputy Darren Riley answered a call that someone had attempted to pass a counterfeit $20.00 bill at the Fast Track store in Interlachen. In both cases the counterfeit money was turned over to the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office.
Both cases were assigned to Detective Marcus Phillips. Assisted by Detective Mark Stroger, Detective Phillips was able to positively identify the suspect as Daniel Smith through surveillance video from the stores. Detective Phillips filed warrant affidavits for both counts of uttering a false bank note.
Daniel Jason Smith was apprehended Tuesday during a traffic stop in Hollister. He was transported to the Sheriff’s Office, and following an interview with Detective Phillips, he was booked into the Putnam County Jail without incident.
An Interlachen woman has been charged, through a complaint affidavit sent to the State's Attorney's Office, with the cruel suffering of animals after she evidently left six dogs, unattended, inside cages in a vacant home in Interlachen. Fifty five years old Lorie Elizabeth Robertson is being charged with one count of aggravated animal cruelty.
This investigation began Saturday afternoon (08/22/15) when Canine Deputy Nicholas Vieira received a call of caged animals, in deplorable condition, inside a vacant home in Interlachen. The call was received from the home owner, 29 years old Kassandra Guillot, of Cankton, Louisiana, who owns the Interlachen residence. Upon arriving at the home at 131 Deer Run Road, Deputy Nicholas found six dogs inside cages, covered in feces and without food. In addition, only three of the animals had minimal water.
Deputy Vieira's investigation revealed that Guillot had left her four dogs in the care of Lorie Robertson, Guillot's mother, whom Guillot let live in her house in order to take care of the animals. After a five month absence, Guillot reportedly returned to the home to collect her belongings, and found the house vacant, her four dogs gone, and six other caged dogs living in squalor.
Deputy Vieira was able to determine from a neighbor that Guillot's four dogs had been given away to unknown persons. Deputy Vieira also notified Animal Control who responded and took possession of the caged and emaciated dogs. Deputy Vieira was able to make contact with Lorie Robertson by telephone, but she refused to tell him her location or to meet him at the Interlachen residence. Robertson also refused to tell Deputy Vieira where the caged animals came from. Deputy Vieira has
filed the complaint affidavit seeking an arrest warrant for Lori Robertson.